Suspended Stairs To Improve Access To Outdoor Areas And Surroundings

We all know how difficult it is to get the right furniture for your outdoor spaces. On one hand it’s easier and quicker because you don’t have toot on those hard-to-find essentials like comfy chairs or sofas. On the other hand, it takes a while until you can completely restore your indoor furniture. And then it all comes to personalize and adjust them to your needs. For now we’re going to ignore the staircase for now because we have a great solution for you: the Suspended Staircase.

Staircases are made for things as difficult to access as those used to sunny days. But, even so, its mobility is pretty great. We’ve prepared a series of step-by-step instructions showing you all the steps, every time. As you can see, the first one is a rectangular space. It’s inexpensive and doesn’t require much effort. The second step is to install the risers. You have to cut both the short legs and the long leg length in two different lengths.

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Then comes the final part: installing the handrails. Always installed cross-wise and with the cross-section half done, they’re mounted to the wall with a simple eye level 1.5” from the ceiling. The parallel support is sure to keep the wall level and prevents the handrails from scratching the ceiling. The lateral support is the one to sit on and to ensure the wall doesn’t lose footing. If your stairs create any problems or if it’s in a steep slope, you can adjust the handrails. They’re especially useful for tough spaces.{found on instructables}.

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